ALOMUS, JESTER OF OLYMPUS; DEMOCRITUS, THE MERRY PHILOSOPHER OF GREECE
AND THEIR ILLUSTRIOUS DISCIPLES,
BEN JONSON, BUTLER, SWIFT, GAY, JOSEPH MILLER, ESQ. CHURCHILL.
VOLTAIRE, FOOTE, STEEVENS, WOLCOT, SHERIDAN, CURRAN,
COLMAN, AND OTHERS :
TRANSLATED INTO OUR VERNACULAR ENGLISH TONGUR,
BY JOHN BULL, ESQ.
With numerous Additions, Interpolations, anil Improve ments, by the Editor, and different Branches of
the Bull Family
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